Startup Navier is working to organize passenger transportation on electric boats in San Francisco Bay, reports Bloomberg.

The service will operate like a water taxi and deliver people to their workplaces. Stripe payment system will be Navier’s first customer. This pilot program is due to start in March.

The watercraft, which can accommodate up to six passengers, will transport several Stripe employees from the city of Larkspur to a dock near the company’s office in South San Francisco.

An electric hydrofoil will be used for such transportation. It will make one trip to the office and back during the day. Navier hopes that this partnership will be a good example and will save travel time.

Navier is looking to build larger boats and is working on a model that can accommodate up to 30 passengers. The company also wants to expand its routes to include the cities of Alameda, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, and Sausalito.

As you know, passenger transportation by electric water transport is being developed all over the world. For example, Austal’s VOLTA series electric ferry, which can reach speeds of up to 25 knots and carry up to 450 passengers, was recently presented by the company’s Austal division.

Recently, it also became known that Elon Musk wants to turn the Cybertruck electric pickup truck into a boat. According to him, the plan is already in the works.